August 30, 2011
Historic Recreation of the Capitol Theatre opens in Fort Edmonton Park, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada August 2011
This recreation of Edmonton’s Capitol Theatre houses a multimedia attraction entitled “Northern Light”, a retelling of Edmonton’s history through theatrical layering of scrims, lighting effects, front and rear projections,...
August 30, 2011
The August issue of Architectural magazine takes a look at the dramatic and dynamic lighting of the Choctaw Casino Resort in Durrant, Okla., by Visual Terrain. See the the link below for a pdf of the...
July 8, 2011
The July 2011 issue of Lighting & Sound America features Visual Terrain CEO and Principal Designer Lisa Passamonte Green in its “People Worth Knowing” section.
You can check out the article here:
(You will have to subscribe to the electronic edition of the magazine to view the...
June 26, 2011
Women & Spirit, a traveling museum exhibit honoring the history of the Catholic Sisters in America, has arrived in Los Angeles.
Visual Terrain is proud to have lit the exhibit since it began at the Cincinnati Museum Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 2009, then following it as it traveled to the following venues:
The Women’s Museum: An Institute for the Future (Dallas, Texas)
January 26, 2011
When the Zahavi family decided to expand their two Hollywood area souvenir stores to include a new flagship retail experience, Visual Terrain, Inc. was called to solve their unique signage lighting problems. With floor-to-ceiling front windows, and lettering to be backlit to color change in various programs, in addition to responding to in-store music playback, this project required...
January 11, 2011
Lighting design industry leader Lisa Passamonte Green has become president and CEO of Visual Terrain, Inc. following the departures of partners Jeff Ravitz and Dawn Hollingsworth from the company.
“I’m really excited about what this means to Visual Terrain,” said Passamonte Green, who became a partner in the company 10 years ago, when Moody Ravitz Hollingsworth merged with Passamonte...